Opposition councillors say residents face deteriorating roads and diminished transport services, if the county council’s slashed budget goes through.
Sudbury town councillors and business leaders have voiced their anger at the withdrawal of proposals to build a local bypass.
South Suffolk MP James Cartlidge says it is important to remain positive, after it was confirmed a relief road for Sudbury is no longer being pursued.
A community transport scheme, which provides a lifeline to passengers, has been granted an extension.
Fears have been raised that free parking could be lost in Suffolk’s towns, if enforcement is transferred from the police to local councils.
Plans for a Sudbury bypass are no more, after Suffolk County Council announced it will instead pursue up to £10 million of junction improvements.
The campaign against a proposed relief road for Sudbury has hailed a tribunal's ruling in its favour, in an ongoing Freedom of Information dispute.
Motorists parking unlawfully in Sudbury have been warned, after police confirmed they will be carrying out targeted enforcement activity in the town.
A pair of long-serving community volunteers, who tended to the railway station in Bures for almost 40 years, have been hailed for their dedication.
A retired police officer is calling for urgent action on a busy road in Sudbury, after voicing concerns over safety issues.
More potholes on Suffolk’s roads are set to be repaired as part of a fresh purge of highways problems, according to roads chiefs.
The treasurer of a community transport scheme is urging more people to use a new bus service, warning a lack of passengers may jeopardise its future.